tv Action News 5pm ABC September 17, 2016 4:30pm-5:00pm PDT
good evening -- and welcome to a special-- pre-game edition of 13 action news. i'm christopher king. that standoff -- near flamingo and tamarus -- ending just moments ago. 13-action new reporter -- marti glaser -- fast and first to the scene. marti -- what have you learned? we are here at east flamingo and tamaras as metro along with negotiators and the swat team have diffused a standoff - metro says they got the call dispute that quickly escalated into the male suspect barricading himself inside the residence with a machete just down the street from here. the victim who were are told is his girlfriend is 9 months pregnant was able to get out . she did not sustain any injuries and was taken to a local hospital for medical issues unrelated to the standoff. the block has been closed for hours.
displaced and concerned to hear the commotion the noise all the arguing back and forth and then i heard glass break i didn't see nothing was looking around . i continued walking to the store came back and this is what we had. ///butted to/// it's scary crazy people living next to us metro confirmed the male in his twenties has been taken into custody and there are no reported injuries. a motorcyle rider is recovering at university medical center. police say -- the rider rammed into the back of a truck -- near horizon and pacific. it looks like part of horizon is closed. and the north las vegas fire department -- reports a hazmat spill -- near cheyenne and
an industrial- cleaning product. it is flammable. but they say -- it's not enough to blow up. meanwhile.. metro's investigating a deadly motorycycle crash. it happened just before one this morning near owens and eastern. police say -- the rider somehowflipped over -- and was thrown off his bike. witnesses say -- the man was speeding and doing "wheelies". the victim -- later died at university medical center. shooting one person wounded -- after a shooting on the north-east side of town. it happened just after two this morning -- near cheyenne and police say -- the victim is expected to be okay. one man is dead -- after a five-car pile-up -- just off the strip. 13-action news reporter -- david schuman is live. he walk us through the crash -- that shut down the tropicana and koval-- for hours. david. metro says the chain reaction started with a man in his 40s speeding his bmw 3-series through a red light on tropicana here. he ended up being the one person who died in the crash. officers say as the bmw
sideswiped a car that was stopped at the light. the bmw continued head on into a car turning left through the intersection. from there it was like dominos and the two cars behind the collision got hit. no indication whether the bmw driver was impaired. metro says it appears he wasn't wearing a seatbelt. of the other people involved in the crash...many were taken to the hospital but police only classifed one as having serious injuries. reporting live..david schuman..13 acti in los angeles -- a man is arrested after a stand-off on an amtrak train. it all began last night -- when 46-year-old darius palmer -- gets on the train -- and pulls out a gun. authorities evacuated the entire train. police-- using tear-gas to force palmer to surrender. nobody was hurt. someone up to no good -- misses their mark -- after a small pipe-bomb explodes before a marine-corps race. police -- shutting down a four-block area -- in seaside park -- to investigate they
race route for a marine-corps charity run. (al della fave/ ocean county prosecutors office) "what the intentions of the individual, we don't know at this point whether it's criminal or terroristic. i mean, it's obvious it was meant to affect the run, the fact that it went off at 9-35." and no runners were nearby when the bomb blew up.. authorities -- reportedly -- found a second device. investigating. in philadlephia -- a woman is shot and killed. two police -- and two civillians -- wounded -- in what police call and ambush-style attack. the gunman -- late last night -- opening fire -- hitting sergeant sylvia young -- in her patrol car -- and university of pennsylvania officer -- ed miller. the shooter -- then gunned down a woman -- before firing into another car -- wounding two other people. they are expected to be okay. the gunman -- was shot and killed.
texas police officers -- are shot and wounded -- in fort worth. one -- hit in the chest. fortunately -- he was wearing a bullet-proof vest. the other officer -- was shot in the arm. a neighbor says -- he saw the gunman's family outside. (craig saddler/lives in distraught...upset...just, weakened and he had his arm around her and looking back on it, it's not what i thought it and son -- are fighting for their lives -- after they shooteach other. officers found one man in the yard. the other was inside the home. there's no word yet -- on what led to the dispute. but neighbors say -- they heard several gunshots. (henry coleman/neighbor) "i was on my computer and i heard three -- what sounded like gunshots or somebody beating on something. i got up and walked into my or bangs." both men were taken to local
the famous activist -- erin brockovich -- joins some florida neighbors -- blasting how a company handled a dangerous chemical leak. 200-million gallons of wastewater -- laced with radioactive chemicals -- is seeping into the ground water --through a massive sinkhole -- at a fertilizer plane. people there worry -- what this will do to their drinking water? (sot: melanie woods) the first you hear radioactive is cancer. (sot: amy gibson) i have kids, i don't want them drinking it if it is contaminated mosaic -- which operates the plant -- claims it warned the state back in august. the company says -- they're working around the clock -- to recover the toxic wastewater. but they warn -- the process could take months to complete. if you're not watching your tv landing at mccarran -- with last night's harvest
tonight for a full moon. now here's a live look at the valley it looks like it's going to be a clear night. but just to be sure -- let's get to 13-first alert meteorologist -- karla huelga. hot and dry will continue to be the theme for the rest of the weekend with high temps just under 100 tomorrow and sunny skies. on monday, the day will start out clear, but we'll get a push of clouds and moisture from the south as the day progresses. it looks like chances for rain will
campaign trail. donald trump -- igniting more outrage -- just hours -- after his big-birther backtrack. abc's -- mary bruce reports -- his supporters call it sarcasm. but clinton supporters -- call pkg script: sot - donald trump / (r) presidential nominee "i think that her bodyguards should drop all weapons." disarming new words from donald trump? the republican nominee attacking rival hillary clinton on gun control friday night? talking about her secret service detail? sot - donald trump / (r) presidential nominee "take their guns away. she doesn't want guns. take their- let's see what happens to her. // it will be very dangerous." trump didn't elaborate, but critics say he's suggesting violence? and it's not the
with this: (august 9th) sot - donald trump / (r) presidential nominee "if she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks. though the second amendment people, maybe there is. i don't know." the clinton campaign calls the new comment - disturbing and out of bounds. sot - hillary clinton / (d) presidential nominee "let's reject the cynicism, the bullying, the divisive rhetoric that my opponent uses to make us afraid of each other." nats - trump didn't mention his new attack during a speech on immigration saturday afternoon? firestorm -- over his late rejection of the false birther campaign he led against president obama? clinton was more than ready to pounce on that. sot - hillary clinton / (d) presidential nominee "his campaign was founded on this outrageous lie. there is no erasing it in history." and clinton's former rival bernie sanders backing her up? stumping in battleground states ohio - and pennsylvania this weekend. sot - sen.
the president of the united states? then he went on from there... and told us we're supposed to hate muslims - or we're supposed to hate mexicans. :11:21 get off of me! please! but there's more here -- than meets the eye. why -- the university's top cop says -- his officers -- are right. plus -- lines around the block -- at gas stations. drivers -- panicking. what's behind the mad ru to fill up. :00 get on the ground bleep :00 get on the ground bleep danny tarkanian's carrying a lot of baggage. as a real-estate developer, tarkanian was penalized for failing to pay thousands in property taxes. tarkanian was ordered by a judge to repay $17 million in a failed development scheme. tarkanian refused to pay the money back, forcing taxpayers to bail him out,
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dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. cell phone video -- of a violent arrest at san-diego state univeristy. it's going viral. witnesses say -- the student was not violent. and th the african-student union -- holding a silent protest -- outside the administration building. but about 90 minutes into the protest -- the university's police chief explains. he says --the man appeared to be on drugs -- and resisted arrest. crowds are lining up at gas stations -- desperate to fill up -- before prices jump. a pipeline leak in alabama -- could mean paying more at the pump. right now -- a state of emergency is in effect for six states. abc's -- kendis gibson -- takes
script: gas shortages...lines around the block at stations...and panicked drivers susannah sykes, college student: "all of my money is going to gas." six states declaring a state of emergency because of possible "gasoline supply disruptions" after 250,000 gallons of oil was found leaking into this pond in alabama. raleigh woman: "i feel like we're being charged unfairly." drivers now forced to wait in long lines to refuel... tennessee man: "times are hard it's gonna make a big impact." the colonial pipeline ...which delivers nearly 40% of the east coast's gasoline... stretches from texas all the way to new jersey...and is now being repaired by nearly 700 workers...but the damage at some pumps may already be done...some stations in tennessee and georgia seeing prices go up by 30 cents a gallon! patrick dehaan / senior petroleum analyst,
finding gasoline over the weekend and into early next week." kendis gibsson stand up tag standard out we're seeing a steady increase in gas prices -- here in las vegas. that isn't the news you want hear. but the average for a gallon of regular is 2-44. that's about ten cents higher -- than this time last month. an odd manhunt -- underway today -- in jacksonville, florida. a man is in the hospital -- with severe burns -- after his mobile home catches fire. but the man's wife -- is missing. police bring in search dogs -- to find the woman. but no sign of her. the cause of the fire is under investigation. now -- an abc exclusive --in a high-profile murder case. never- before-seen police video -- showing an undercover officer -- posing as the brother of an accused hitman. he's trying to answers -- in
professor. abc's -- matt gutman has more -- on the latest twist. script: the revealing police interviews wendi police interview: (030845ish) and it was always his joke, he said, i-i you know, i looked into hiring a hit-man it was cheaper to get you this tv. and the family suspected in a murder for hire assassination that rocked the florida state campus ? in july 2014 somebody shoots famed fsu law prof dan markel as he pulls into his garage? (audio/gfx 911 call) 1:01:30 he's inside the car, the car is running, and head. he's not responding to me. gutman standup at markel house: tape 006a (clip 49/audio clip 28) right after the shooting, police didn't have much to go on. but they did get one lead - the neighbor who called 911 from that house told them that he saw a light colored car that looked like a prius back out of the driveway and head down the road. investigators call in his ex wife wendi adelson? they'd had a war of the roses type divorce. friends told police even the in laws allegedly got into it a2gfx16 alex and mya greenberg police interview (note: greenbergs are friends of markel) 8:42:30 (both talking)
they hate danny. after 10 months police get a bead on that hybrid // police i felons luis rivera and sigfredo garcia. // with dan markel's murder. wtxl newscast 203/00:01:10: one of the men accused of killing fsu law professor dan markel is but if you are looking at someone, don't miss him. he's talking about wendy's big brother? eventually law enforcement sets up a sting against wendi's family - 18:30:07 //he's going through some rough times and i want to make sure that you take care of// /// donna: i don't know what you are talking about, etc. police radio chatter: "she ha conversations including one in which charlie, police say: allegedly tells a girlfriend they should make the mysterious messenger disappear: "?you better kill him, because he's going to be a big problem. if you can't do it i'll have someone else do it." georgia cappleman 3/16:11:01: the working theory of the case is that the reason for this homicide was due to the bitter divorce that was ongoing. matt gutman 16:11:59: but murdering over a divorce dispute? georgia cappleman: i mean what's a good reason to commit murder? but prosecutors so far say they don't have
of the adelsons. lawyers for charlie and his hail -- on coors field in denver -- during last night's colorado rockies game. the storm -- delaying the game for a bit. but it works out in the rockies favor. they beat the padres -- eight to seven. hot and dry will continue to be the theme for the rest of the out clear, but we'll get a push of clouds and moisture from the south as the day progresses. it looks like chances for rain highs on monday are still and upper 90s. tuesday will be mostly cloudy and high temps will drop to the upper 80s with breezy winds from an unstable atmosphere. by wednesday we will see less cloud cover and high temps will rise to the low 90s that day as well as thursday. drier conditions are expected thursday. however, the winds will pick up as a system approaches from the pacific northwest. most of the energy associated with this system will pass to our north, but it'll be close
temps back to the upper 80s that afternoon. by saturday we will be back to light winds, dry conditions as well as highs around 90. start out clear, but we'll get a push of clouds and moisture from the south as the day progresses. it looks like chances for rain will start late monday and stick around through wednesday and settles into the area. highs on monday are still expected to top out in the mid and upper 90s. tuesday will be mostly cloudy and high temps will drop to the upper 80s with breezy winds from an unstable atmosphere. by wednesday we will see less cloud cover and high temps will rise to the low 90s that day as
however, the winds will pick up as a system approaches from the pacific northwest. most of the energy associated with this system will pass to our north, but it'll be close enough to keep us breezy through friday and drop high temps back to the upper 80s that afternoon. by saturday we will be back to light winds, dry conditions as well as highs around 90. a stuntman -- who worships evel knievel -- tries to emulate his associated with this system will pass to our north, but it'll be close enough to keep us breezy through friday and drop high temps back to the upper 80s that afternoon. by saturday we will be back to light winds, dry conditions as well as highs around 90.
lifelong hero. abc' -- nick watt reports --these abc' -- nick watt reports --these stories often end badly. thankfully -- not this time. script: yup, eddie braun just jumped over snake river canyon, braun (post jump) i would never do this again. ever. it sucked! it really did. forget that fact that i was scared to death, it just sucked. it hurt, it was hot, it was uncomfortable. he nailed an audcacious leap that the great evel knievel famously failed over 40 years ago?. video: knievel failure. braun told us yesterday the why oh why? sot: eddie braun (friday gma) i met evil knievel as a small child and he inspired me so much. really, this much? sot: eddie braun (friday gma) i
come on! a hollywood stuntman 30 years, braun's doubled for the likes of charlie sheen in navy seals. now this? video: the jump 2,000 feet in the air? 400 miles per hour? holy smokes, he's only gone and done it. sot: eddie braun (post jump) now the emotions can sink in, jump) i would never do this again. ever. it sucked! it really did. forget that fact that i was video: the jump again and/or in slo mo sot: eddie braun (post jump) i gotta go get a job hole in las vegas. but they don't do it alone. the volunteers -- helping to make las vegas a better place to live. and -- attention animal lovers! it's national adoption weekend. where -- you can pick up your next forever friend. habitat for humanity is making
danny tarkanian's carrying a lot of baggage. as a real-estate developer, tarkanian was penalized roperty taxes. tarkanian was ordered by a judge to repay $17 million in a failed development scheme. tarkanian refused to pay the money back, forcing taxpayers to bail him out, leaving us holding the bag. danny tarkanian's out for himself, not us.
this is near sunset -- and boulder highway. choice-center leadership univeristy -- is paying for the entire project. and it's volunteers -- will help build the home. 09:58:32:27-09:58:45:07 affordable home ownership or finding affordable housing in clark county is pretty severe right now. you have to make mroe than $18 an hour to be considered not a cost burden. so it's truly difficult in our economy. this houses are not free. the future owners -- put in 300 hours of sweat equity -- building their home -- and valley. they also take finance -- and home- ownership classes. this is the seventh habitat for humanity home -- in hendersn's pittman area. it's national pet-adoption weekend. each year -- about seven-million cats and dogs -- enter shelters across north america. and some three-million healthy -- adoptable pets are put to sleep, petsmart -- is holding a sale -- at all its locations -- across the country -- including
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